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Your first consideration in assessing a collapsed casualty should be?
If you are unable or unwilling to perform ventilations, you should?
What does AED stand for?
The purpose of defibrillation is to?
An unconscious casualty who is not breathing normally should be given?
When managing casualty with fluids, it is most important to?
Why is an unconscious, breathing casualty placed into the recovery position?
What position should a pregnant woman be placed in while performing CPR?
Of the 4 methods listed below, which is NOT recognised as a method of checking if a person is responsive?
Which of the following signs would be present for a casualty to be considered fully conscious?
What does the “A” in D.R.S.A.B.C.D. stand for?
What method is used to assess the breathing of a casualty?
The rate of chest compressions when performing CPR is?
The unconscious casualty is at greater risk of dying from?
An unconscious casualty should only be moved if?
A person who has stopped breathing may start to suffer irreversible brain damage within:
What are the indications that a casualty needs CPR?
On what area of the body do you perform compressions?
When should CPR be stopped?
When performing CPR on an infant, you usually need just…
What is the ratio and rate when performing CPR on ANY casualty?
Do you tilt an infant’s head back past the neutral position to perform rescue breathing?
When attempting rescue breathing on an adult, if you notice that the chest is not rising with each breath, you should?